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76 Projects Micro Piggy Review

In this review, we take a look at the 76 Projects Micro Piggy. An on bike storage system designed to be a fit and forget product. Meaning it becomes a part of your bike enabling you to carry those important tools and spares with you at all times.

The Micro Piggy on bike storage solution from 76 Projects is a well-made product that enables you to carry essential tools, inner tubes and more on your bike easily. Freeing you from having to wear a bag.

The Micro Piggy mounts directly to the bike bosses for a secure sturdy fit but on bikes that only have bosses for a water bottle, this could mean choosing between the on bike storage or a water bottle. However, more MTB bike manufacturers are included under top tube bosses.

The device is easy to fit and is also easy to use. Inner tubes, tools, and more are held secure even over the most challenging of trails.


  • Directly mounts to frame bosses (standard 64mm spacing with 10mm of adjustment).
  • Minimal size only 40mm wide and 22g (plus mounting screws).
  • Ideal for the under-top tube bosses seen on recent bikes from Transition, Nukeproof and other brands.
  • Designed and Manufactured in the UK
4.5 / 5 Reviewer
  • Mounts to water bottle frame bosses
  • Mounts to under tube bosses
  • Enables you to carry essentials and tools easily
  • Great looking product
  • Cons
    Can only be mounted to frame bosses which many MTB's only have for a water bottle meaning you would need to choose between a water bottle or the Micro Piggy.

    What do you think of the 76 Projects Micro Piggy on bike storage system? Do you like to carry tools with you but don’t want to wear a bag? Let us know your comments and feedback in the comments below.

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    Will Brett-Atkin

    Will Brett-Atkin

    Will (@willbrettbikes) is the founder and creator of One Track Mind Mag. He is an award-winning Digital Product Designer and has worked with some of the biggest brands in the world. When not behind a computer screen Will likes to be out in nature riding natural trails with friends. He also likes to dabble in a bit of Enduro racing and has had some great results racing in the UK

    One Comment

    • John Nicholson says:

      As you say, great if you have double bottle mounts but pretty pointless if you only have one, as you would need a hydration pack which you could put all your stuff in anyway. Would have been a strong 4.5 stars from me if they had an alternative way to fit it in combination with a bottle.

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